P&WD Sunday League: Kings Tamerton aim to keep title hopes alive
KINGS Tamerton aim to keep their late drive for the title alive tomorrow against third-placed The Windmill, who are one place above them.
Tamerton are nine points behind leaders Navy Inn, but have three games in hand on them.
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DIVISION Two leaders Bar Sol Ona welcome Bridge Inn to the Taverners Green knowing they cannot afford another slip up if they want to stay in the title hunt.
Last week's shock 2-1 defeat to Walkhampton left manager Andy Notman planning wholesale changes to their line-up.
Geordie White returns from university and John Wyatt from injury, so Bar Sol should have their strongest squad available.
Bar Sol (from): Jamie Dewdney, Brian Bicknell, Chris Mills, Ian Saunders, Dan Crowther, Clive Crocker, Ryan Thomasson, James Spear, Ben Ferguson, Calvin Evans, Geordie White, John Wyatt, Steve Duncan, Josh Notman, Adam Parker, Lee Vigus
IN GROUP C, James Carr's Division Three leaders Bar Sol Ona Reserves are turning their attention to the cup tomorrow and travel to Princetown.
After achieving scores of 21-0 and 19-0 in the league, Carr plans to rest a lot of the team with some big games coming up, but will still be confident of victory.
In the squad and looking for a debut will be club chairman Mark Russell, who has financed the new strips and equipment at the club.
Bar Sol Res (from): Paul Cullen, Rich Howell, Danny Harris, Rhys Yates, Mark Holt, Dan Evans, Stirling Woodside, Stuart Townell, Dave Davies, Gareth Jones, Carl Gordon, Nathan Hill, Lewis Young, James Launce, Chairman Mark Russell
IN GROUP E, Efford Bluebird United will be at full strength except for Jamie Carter for their tie against Hyde Park at Plympton.
United will not be taking Division One Hyde Park lightly after their 4-1 win over basement team Brookside SC last week.
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